Simulation and non-intrusive testing could improve EV battery safety

Tests conducted in the virtual world combined with non-intrusive mechanisms could save manufacturers time and money. By Jack Hunsley

Electric vehicle (EV) batteries have forced the automotive industry to vastly expand its expertise. One important new skill is the ability to understand how hard any given battery can be pushed without placing road users at risk. The key to unlocking this puzzle rests largely on the accuracy and input derived from battery testing procedures, conducted before an EV is handed over to a dealership. To give an EV the best chance of a long, reliable life, manufacturers must make sure their testing mechanisms are top-notch.

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